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As a laser pulse moved down the tunnel, However, The move to a “cashless” economy will be accelerated by the Aadhaar-enabled biometric smartphones. she unlocks the piggy bank instead. 24, After long treatment, We have to take responsibility as filmmakers because what we put out there makes a dent, she says For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Meghnad Desai | Published: July 12 2009 2:02 am Related News Many people believe that China will become the largest and most powerful economy in the world by 2050 Martin Jacquesa creative British Marxisthas just written a book When China Rules the Worldin which he says that Middle Earthas China regards itselfwill dominate the world China will dominatehe writesbecause it has always been a single statecenturies before nation states came into existence in Europe He also regards the overwhelming domination of Han Chinese (92 per cent of the population) as the reason why the communist state still commands loyaltythe Han see the Peoples Republic as continuous with the millennia old state Chinabelieves Jacqueswill not become a Western type liberal democracy It will chart its own path When I debated this issue with Jacques on July 3I demurredadding two caveats One was not to project the present into the future uncritically and to point out that strong as the Chinese state wasit could not deal with peaceful protest of students in June 1989 and had to bring out tanks No stable and confident polity needs to do that Now we have in Urumqithe living proof of the fragility of the Chinese state What happened between the local Uighur people and the immigrant Chinese was a communal riot such as India is well-used to The Uighur had heard that some of their fellow ethnics had been victimised in Guangdong province and retaliated against the Han Chinese who had migrated to Xinjiang province The similarity of this episode with Raj Thackerays fulminations against North Indian and their response to Marathi speakers in Bihar is uncanny But China did not have the usual democratic means to deal with differences So there were 156 dead and over a thousand injured The Hans attacked the local Uighurs and vice versa As usualoutsiders were blamedespecially Raqiya Kadeerwho has exiled herself to the US after suffering imprisonment for building a prosperous business in Xinjiang She is accused of plotting for Xinjiangs independence Police and army personnel were used quite ruthlessly and so farthe suppression seems to have worked Chinese President Hu Jintao left the G8/G 20 summit in Italy Maybe he could not face the shame of the police brutality covered by many TV cameras Or perhaps he was more worried than he showed But this must be an unprecedented embarrassment for him The Chinese brazened through the protests about the Olympic flame Tibet was in flames last year and this year it is Xinjiang They are both large and sparsely populated regions at the western end of China They were never part of the Han Empire The Uighurs are Muslim and the Tibetans are Buddhist Their religions make the Chinese Communist Party uncomfortable Their languages have been downgraded if not suppressed Their local culture is being set aside in favour of Han modernisation Beijing has encouraged the Han Chinese to move to these sparsely settled regions (the 8 million Uighurs in Xinjiang are about half the population) The trouble in Xinjiang or Tibet pales in comparison besides the multiple problems India has faced as a nationin Nagaland and the many other parts of the North Eastin Punjab with the Khalistan movementin Jammu and Kashmirthe Martahi Manoos in Mumbai and the recent riots against railway examinations in Karnataka The communal riots in 2002 Gujarat and 1984 Delhi have left much injustice to be redressed But there is a way of dealing with many of these protests by a combination of force and democratic dialogue China can deploy force but cannot have the democratic dialogue China is a strong but a frightened state It is too rigid to deal with real differences It can have a lot of infrastructuremake a lots of steel and cement It may go on doing that for a long time to come Yetit could also lose out to dissidence Like a Chinese vasethe state is strong but brittle Whether it breaks up or reinvents itself will be a fascinating question to speculate about in the years to come For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: January 1 2017 5:07 am Top News THE CHANDIGARH and Mohali police forces have registered cases in two separate firing incidents reported from Zirakpur and Chandigarh’s Sector 27 on Friday night The police said in both the cases a 26-year-old who is a former student of Khalsa college was the main accused and fired at the complainants On Friday evening in the first incident accused Sampat Mehra and another youth fired at two people near the Powercom office in Zirakpur area The police said that old enmity was the reason for the incident Watch what else is making news: “We have registered cases against two people We are investigating how many rounds were fired by the main accused identified as Sampat Mehra” said Zirakpur SHO Bhinder Singh A case was registered against Mehra at Sector 3 police station in Chandigarh Soon after the Zirakpur incident another firing incident was reported in Sector 27 Chandigarh This time as well according to the Chandigarh Police Mehra along with four others fired at a car The victim Sandeep Singh 23 also a former Khalsa college student and a Mohali resident was travelling in his Maruti Ciaz car However he escaped unhurt “One of the main accused who opened one round of fire has been identified as Sampat Mehra Others have been identified as Ankit Sudhir and Bali” said Jaspal Singh SHO of Sector 26 police station where a case was registered in this regard While Sudhir was arrested one more accused was yet to be identified According to the police Ankit and Sudhir are students of Khalsa college and Ankit and Bali are brothers Chandigarh SP Navdeep Singh Brar said that during the investigation it was revealed that the accused had few cases registered against him in Punjab “We have sent our teams to arrest the accused” the SP said For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: IANS | New Delhi | Published: August 2 2015 1:53 pm Actress Richa Chadha who is being applauded for her strong role in internationally-acclaimed film “Masaan” says ‘foreign stamp’ on a film is not needed to gain respect from Indian audience Related News Actress Richa Chadha who is being applauded for her strong role in internationally-acclaimed film “Masaan” says ‘foreign stamp’ on a film is not needed to gain respect from Indian audience “I don’t think Indian audience give respect to a film or an actor on the basis of any foreign stamp They respect the artist individually” Richa told reporters here In “Masaan” which won two prestigious awards at the Cannes International Film Festival this year Richa plays the role of a daughter ridden with guilt of a sexual encounter ending in a tragedy and how she overcomes all hurdles and changes her fate Share This Article Related Article The actress who walked the ramp of ongoing 2015 edition of Amazon India Couture Week (AICW) here for designer Reynu Taandon on Saturday says she credits Anurag Kashyap’s “Gangs of Wasseypur” for getting her into spotlight “I did ‘Oye Lucky Lucky Oye’ in 2008 but my role was not pivotal in the film After that I didn’t look for work in the film industry for sometime For me my first step into showbiz was with ‘Gangs of Wasseypur’ Since then I’m getting good work” she added Meanwhile the actress is all geared up for “Cabaret” which also stars former cricketer S Sreesanth For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: July 24 2016 4:52 am Kapil Mishra directed that the inquiry be completed by July 27 Top News Two days after a 10-year-old boy fell into a ditch filled with rainwater and drowned near his home in Burari Water Minister Kapil Mishra ordered an inquiry into the incident Calling the incident “unfortunate” the minister said it could have been avoided “Such lapses which have the potential of endangering lives of citizens cannot be allowed to go unpunished Responsibility for the incident must be fixed Though the child cannot be brought back to life it must be our endeavour to ensure that such incidents do not happen in the future It is necessary to find out the agency or official responsible for this so that corrective steps can be taken”said Mishra He directed that the inquiry be completed byJuly 27 Mishra added that the probe should look into the circumstances which led to the drowning the agency responsible for digging up the site and steps to be taken to prevent recurrence of such incidents The minister said he had sought a report from the Delhi Jal Board (DJB) over the incident which told him that “the site in question was handed over to the NDPL for construction of a sub-station a year ago” Justin Masih a Class III student drowned on Thursday after falling into an open pit allegedly dug up by the DJB Watch Video: What’s making news According to police Justin was flying a kite with his friends when he fell inside the ditch His friends raised an alarm and Justin was taken out and rushed to hospital where doctors declared him dead A case of negligence was filed based on a complaint by the boy’s parents For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top NewsFilmmaker Christopher Nolan said he had no idea how famous Harry Styles was when he cast him in Dunkirk. One from very close ? Chief Stylist.

then there is no looking beyond the khadi fabric. defence lawyers said the police had already interrogated them and there was no more need for custodial interrogation. SRK’s last release Raees was pitted against Hrithik Roshan’s Kaabil making both the films lose out on box office numbers. Nobody is giving a pat on the back for delays. I got flak from my party for having said let’s give him time.

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